Three-year-old waterski sensation

A Lincolnshire toddler has followed in her father's footsteps is thought to be one of the youngest children ever to take up the sport.

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Toddler takes to waves

Isabelle Grinhaff

A Lincolnshire toddler has followed in her father's footsteps and mastered the art of water-skiing. Isabelle Grinhaff learned to ski aged two - despite not being able to swim - and is thought to be one of the youngest children ever to take up the sport.

Dad Marc, from Gainsborough, is a former British and European waterski champion. He coaches the sport and has skied all over the world.

He says Isabelle finds it easier than most adults would because she’s so light in weight, and is hoping she’ll go on to compete in the future.

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